The media tells us that all we have to look forward to is the new normal.

Brighton was Never Normal anyway. It’s a place that’s always offered escape. It’s always been different. It’s a city with more than a little bit of attitude. A home to free thinkers, artists, entrepreneurs, eccentrics and entertainers. We couldn’t do normal if we tried.

Join us as we introduce you to food & drink in #NeverNormalBrighton... 

Photo of A Taste of the Pier at The Salt Room Brighton

Discovering the end of the Pier at the Salt Room

There’s no smoke without pineapples at the Grand Hotel

Plumpling Puttanesca Polenta Plumps at Terre à Terre hard to say, very easy to eat

You’ll be saying wunderbar at the Wonderbar when you try their edible flowerpot sundae 

Experience Merkaba – stand back, the cocktails come with a fire show

Forget sandwiches! Lunch like a boss at Curry Leaf Cafe

Brighton, where traditional afternoon tea is served on a Regency Routemaster bus

Shuck it like it’s hot at English’s restaurant with oyster lessons

Where the cuisine at The Set could be a work of art 

If you’re not sipping a sundowner at 450ft, you’re doing it wrong

Where the foodie scene is so immense, you’re going to need a Brighton Food tour guide

Even fish n’ chips on the beach is gourmet

Where brunch is the most important meal of the day and week

Eating sushi in a cubist Shoji experience is an everyday occurrence

True trail-blazers choose Brighton, take Brighton Gin, unusual, playful and fiercely independent

Bao buns at the Pond is on everyone’s foodie bucket list





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